A study day at The National Archives, Kew.
Discover the fascinating life of Queen Charlotte (1744-1818), wife of George III, in the 200th anniversary year of her death at Kew Palace.
The day will begin at The National Archives, with a lecture delivered by Clarissa Campbell Orr (St Mary’s University, Twickenham), followed by a panel discussion.
Following a provided lunch, delegates will make their way to nearby Kew Gardens for a curator-led tour of Kew Palace. This year's displays at the palace are devoted to Queen Charlotte's life and achievements.
When not on a tour, delegates are free to visit Queen Charlotte's Cottage, which will be open 15:00-17:00.
This event has been jointly organised by The National Archives and Historic Royal Palaces.
This playful bronze effect dachshund will charm any new owner. This fun decorative garden ornament features a miniature dachshund dog standing on it's hind legs and is inspired by the history of royal dogs.
Commemorate the royal wedding of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. This official commemorative china pill box has been commissioned by Buckingham Palace and has been made in England using traditional fine bone china techniques, unchanged for centuries.
Commemorate the royal wedding of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Sussex with this official commemorative fine bone china plate. Made in England using traditional fine bone china techniques, unchanged for centuries, this collector's plate has been commissioned exclusively by Buckingham Palace to mark the royal occasion.